Tariq, H.; Touati, F.; Crescini, D.; Mnaouer, A.B. A Systematic Review of Low-Cost Real-time Air Quality Sensors, Systems, and Evaluation Methods. Preprints2022, 2022030346. https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints202203.0346.v1
Tariq, H., Touati, F., Crescini, D., & Mnaouer, A.B. (2022). A Systematic Review of Low-Cost Real-time Air Quality Sensors, Systems, and Evaluation Methods. Preprints. https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints202203.0346.v1
Tariq, H., Damiano Crescini and Adel Ben Mnaouer. 2022 "A Systematic Review of Low-Cost Real-time Air Quality Sensors, Systems, and Evaluation Methods" Preprints. https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints202203.0346.v1
Air quality and environmental fairness have always been an area of prime interest across the globe. The significance low-cost air quality sensing and practices spikes during the time of pan-demic and epidemics when the air becomes a threat to living beings especially human beings. The gradual innovation and enrichment in low-cost air quality sensing sensors, nodes or devices, and systems are exponentially increasing for the last three decades. This work reviews the major contributions in a) low-cost scalable air quality assessment; b) low-cost air quality sensors, sensing approaches and technologies; c) low-cost state-of-the-art gas sensors fabrication methods (MEMS and CMOS); d) low-cost gas sensors measurement configurations and assemblies; e) low-cost air quality sensors calibration and testing systems; f) low-cost air quality measurement evaluation methods and key performance indicators; and g) machine learning-based evaluation for air quality sensors and measurements. A systematic review of past work with a goal to assist end-users, public health facilities, state agencies, researchers, scientists and air quality protection agencies has been rendered in this work. Starting from sensors electrodes to IoT based mobile smart nodes; all have been introduced in this article.
;ow-cost air quality sensors; air quality assessment; sensing technologies (STs); fabrication; measurement; configurations; sensor assemblies; gas sensors calibration systems (GSCS); evaluation; mach
Environmental and Earth Sciences, Atmospheric Science and Meteorology
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